IICP Professional Knowledge Seminar
with Rolf Sundet
Therapy as collaboration and collaboration as therapy:
On working collaboratively in the age of evidence.
The aim of the day is to present perspectives on therapy that places collaboration at the centre of therapeutic work. What does this imply for health care workers, social workers and other whose work is confronted with mental health issues? Based in research and clinical experience, ideas, perspectives and simple models are suggested as possible inspirations for persons in this kind of work. The use of clients feedback is at the core of this work and points to therapy as collaboration. At the same time, it is possible also to ask the question if participating in a collaborative practice have therapeutics effects in itself? This connects this work to the growing recovery-orientation within health and social services with its focus on empowerment, and questions around social justice. Therapy is part of the welfare that societies offers their citizens, and with that, part of the political discussions and dilemmas in our society. For health care and social workers, the concept of evidence marks an area that raise questions around how to both realise therapy as collaboration, and at the same time fulfil the demands of supplying an evidence based practice.
Rolf Sundet, Pd.D., professor of clinical mental health work and specialist in clinical psychology, working at the University College of Southeast-Norway. His clinical experience is both with individuals and families in adult mental health, mental health for children and adolescents and addiction servcies.
Special interest in his clinical is working with marginalized families and individuals within these areas. Current academic interests are descriptions of local psychotherapeutic practices, use of feedback, service user participation and pluralistic formulations of psychotherapy.
This Workshop Will Be Of Interest To:
- Guidance Counsellors
- Professionals and volunteers who work with clients in counselling or mental health services in general.
Date & Time
Sunday 12 March 2017
9.30am to 4.30pm
IICP Continuing Professional Development Certificate – 6 Hours
€90.00 (€75 for IICP Alumni)
IICP Education and Training Limited
Killinarden Enterprise Park, Killinarden, Dublin 24
Telephone: 01-4664205 / 087 9055330